TOD Downtown Catalyst Project

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Union at Carrollton Square, Downtown Carrollton

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Downtown Catalyst Project 

In April 2009, the Carrollton City Council approved a TOD Catalyst Infrastructure Project with High Street Residential, a wholly owned subsidiary of Trammell Crow Company (TCC High Street). The City of Carrollton and Trammel Crow/High Street Residential LLC entered into a public/private partnership to develop a catalyst project in downtown Carrollton.

The first TOD catalyst project is located on City property at the corner of Carroll Avenue and South Main Street in Downtown Carrollton (formerly the Foxworth Galbraith Lumberyard). This site was chosen because it bridges the DART Green Line light rail station with the existing Historic Downtown Square. The catalyst mixed-use development consists of 295 for-lease apartments spread over 4 buildings, 10,050 sf of retail flex space and a 460 space 5-level parking garage. The City funded the public improvements and the parking garage. Retail patrons for all of downtown will be able to utilize the 125 free public parking spaces located in the parking garage and over 90 new on-street parking spaces.

Construction of the second phase (another 134 apartments) began in 2013 and is currently leasing. A third phase is expected to break ground in spring 2017.

 

Main & Carroll "Before" Catalyst Project

Main & Carroll "After" Catalyst Project

Main and Carroll Catalyst "Before"              Main and Carroll Catalyst "After"